Flex Your Leadership Muscles

The orthopaedic residency program that unleashes your potential

Prepare to lead the future of healthcare with the Orthopaedic Residency Program at Sinai Hospital! Our program goes beyond the classic teaching models to provide you with the real-world experience you need to succeed. Sinai Hospital is home to the world-renowned Rubin Institute of Advanced Orthopaedics, offering residents uniquely immersive access to an acclaimed and highly innovative orthopaedic environment.

About the Program

Our program’s multifaceted approach to training helps prepare future orthopaedic leaders for professional excellence in personalized care.

Ready to embark on the road to residency? Start your journey today.

A World-Renowned Center of Excellence

LifeBridge Health’s Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopaedics (RIAO) is a true center of excellence in adult reconstruction and total joint replacement, giving you access to exceptional educational resources during your training, including our state-of-the-art Gait Laboratory and ambulatory surgery service centers. It is also home to the International Center for Limb Lengthening, a world-renowned center for the treatment of limb length and pediatric skeletal deformity that attracts pediatric and adult patients from around the globe.

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Current Residents

Through their dedicated efforts and welcoming energy, our current residents embody the values of hard work and camaraderie that new residents need to succeed.

“The faculty is so invested in us.  Nowhere else would you see senior faculty show up at a 6:30 a.m. daily meeting just to teach you.  They have very high expectations, but I also know I have a lot of support to help me meet those expectations.

Ruben Monarrez, M.D.
Class of 2025
Meet our Residents

Meet the Team

Our top-tier team of orthopaedic experts help exemplify the values of our program and the goals of our residents, always leading by example.

John Ingari, M.D.
“In keeping with the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery’s goals and ACGME requirements, at the end of five years of training in our program, a resident is expected to be able to competently practice orthopaedics independently and be a caring orthopaedic surgeon with the highest standards of professionalism.

John Ingari, M.D.
Program Director